Can Oysters Solve the Nitrogen Problem?

One single oyster can filter about 50 gallons of water per day. This kind of filtering power is being looked...

Seafood Cook-Off to Feature Gray Sole

  High school culinary students to compete in 2019 Rhode Island Seafood Cookoff featuring gray sole Warwick Area Career &...

March 27: How Oysters Alter Coastal Waters

JOIN US for a discussion on new research looking at how oysters – which can filter over a gallon of water every...

Lobster Listening Session Oct. 26: Identifying Research Questions

Sea Grant is hosting a “listening session” on Friday, Oct. 26th to better understand the key research questions for understanding and managing...

Marine Law Symposium Nov. 16: Legal Strategies for Climate Adaptation in Coastal New England

Join us on Friday, November 16, 2018 at the Roger Williams University School of Law for a discussion on how...

41N magazines & tie-dye T-shirts

Join 41°N at the Graduate School of Oceanography Open House Oct. 13

At our 41°N booth, sign up for your free copy of Rhode Island’s Ocean & Coastal Magazine and design your own tie-dye shirt!  ($5 donation requested...

PBS Community Conversation: Is Narragansett Bay Too Clean?

Inspired by presentations and conversations generated at the Rhode Island Sea Grant Baird Science Symposium, Rhode Island PBS will be...

Sliding into First, Cranston Wins Seafood Cook-off

Monkfish sliders take top prize for Cranston Area Career & Technical Center at the 2018 Rhode Island Seafood Cook-off The contenders...